Vaticle enables the world to organise complex networks of data that serves as the knowledge foundation of intelligent systems

Vaticle was founded at Cambridge University and the company has developed a knowledge representation system (Grakn) and a proprietary query language (Grakl) that uses machine reasoning to interpret complex relationships in data sets and retrieve implicitly derived knowledge from Grakn.

This enables complex data modelling, verification, scaling, querying and analysis that is superior to conventional databases. In 2019, Vaticle raised £3.895m in funding and was awarded the Cambridge Computer Lab Ring Product of the year 2017; previous winners include SwiftKey and Google DeepMind.